@highfivesforall My issue is still that framing it as "he's a man of his time" ignores that men of his time managed to not rape women. Just as there are men today who live in a world of rape culture and manage to avoid raping people.
Really uncomfortable with the "he was a product of his time" caveat. You say "I don't want to defend behaviour" and then offer up an excuse for it. That's like say men who rape now are just products of current rape culture, it's an irrelevant detail because there are plenty of men no and in Flynn's time who manage to avoid raping people.
@all the kittens in the club gettin nipsy Thanks for the tip!!
I had lobster mac & cheese with truffle oil and arugula a few months ago and it was great, but KD Alfredo is always going to be my go to "macaroni".
@quickdrawkiddo I never have waxed and only would if I were wearing something in public that I wanted really trim and I'm not likely to do that.
I do my own maintenance down there and that's for me. I've gotten no complaints.
@PBandJ A bisexual person is no more likely to cheat on you than a straight or gay person. We can be satisfied in monogamous relationships. We aren't slutty monsters.
@TooCool4School Not every person who is married with kids has only had relationships with the person they're married too. There's nothing to prevent a bisexual man or woman being happily married and a good parent to someone of the same or opposite sex.
Your (and the Lady's) assumption that bisexual people can't settle down with one person in a monogamous healthy relationship is part of why it's so tough to be openly bisexual
@Neets Hell the the yes. Preach on!
@Summer Somewhere So glad to know that all my monogamous relationships were just flukes. Maybe I should be the subject of a paper?
@Sierra Right?! Why the assumption that a guy in a relationship who is attracted to women is less likely to cheat just because he doesn't like dick? This just feeds into stereotypes of queer people as slutty sexual deviants.